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12 February, 2014News
Catherine Ashton to Meet with IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde on Thursday, The WSJ reports.
24 December, 2013News
The big losers in the Ukraine-Russia Deal concluded on December, 17 are the Ukrainian people, whose future Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych has jeopardized. The question remains whether they will tolerate being treated like this, , says Anders Aslundf, Swedish economist and a senior fellow at the Washington-based Peterson Institute for International Economics, Andres Aslund
23 December, 2013News
The EU is still ready to help Ukraine even financially, but only if the Association Agreement is signed and implemented, Czech diplomat Štefan Füle, European Commissioner for Enlargement and European Neighborhood Policy, told Czech Television (ČT) today. The Prague Post reports.
23 December, 2013
The European Union is not prepared to get into a bidding war with Russia for Ukraine. But it appears that the attraction of European living standards, rule of law and democracy remain strong with Ukrainians, particularly the young. Mr. Putin's Russia offers nothing that can compete with that.
20 December, 2013News
Former Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma believes that the presidents of Ukraine and Russia Viktor Yanukovych and Vladimir Putin have certain agreements. He said this while responding to questions from journalists after the roundtable on Friday, December, 20th.
20 December, 2013News
The west was prepared to give Kiev at least €20bn in loans if Ukraine agreed sign a landmark European Union integration agreement last month. This information is available due to an internal EU document seen by the Financial Times.
17 December, 2013News
Russia lavished Ukraine with a bailout package worth at least $20 billion on Tuesday, December,17th, trumping the West in a Cold War-tinged struggle that keeps the former Soviet republic in Moscow's orbit, The Wall Street Journal reports.
17 May, 2013Economics
Instead of supporting the national economy, Ukraine’s banking sector is draining its resources to secure huge profits for the privileged few
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